Interprofessional Education News Archive
Interprofessional Collaboration Experience on First Nations opens Rady students’ eyes, builds collaboration
August 7, 2019 —
When Sesan Banjo saw similarities between the First Nations community he visited and his life growing up in Nigeria, the dentistry student felt a strong connection.
September 22, 2016 —
For first-year students in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, a steep learning curve is something that’s to be expected. The Engaging in our Community #RFHScollaborate event at Bannatyne campus held last week helped these students by supporting them to learn more about each other while also discovering more about their local neighbourhood
February 5, 2015 —
The Helen Glass Centre for Nursing on the Fort Garry campus became a simulated hospital ward on January 31 for students participating in the Interprofessional Education (IPE) Dayshift event.
January 21, 2015 —
The landscape of health care is rapidly changing. Practitioners from different fields are finding new ways to work together to improve patient care. This shift is happening at the University of Manitoba. Working with the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology (MITT), students from Pharmacy, Social work, and Rehabilitation Sciences provided a presentation to Pharmacy Technician students, teaching the role of each practitioner within a Pulmonary Rehabilitation program.